Rise of the Art Insta-Collectors: Buying Big Names They Don’t Even Love by Richard Kirshenbaum
The Benjamin by Chris Jones
Unless you’re more of a player than we think you are, that new hundred-dollar bill coming this fall won’t wind up in your pocket very often. But it may be America’s most popular export, the most coveted bill in the world. And the story of the new hundred — still made by hand with ancient tools — is the story of American money itself.
A selection of lots from the ‘Motorcars’ session of Bonham’s Quail Lodge Auction.
How American Rich Kids Bought Their Way Into the British Elite by Angela Serratore
The Poorest Rich Kids in the World by Sabrina Rubin Erdely
Why did the heirs to one of the largest fortunes in America grow up horribly neglected and abused?
The Long Con: How The Manziels Conquered America by Timothy Burke